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From what I found out he left the Force on 'Medical' grounds and returned to NB. I hope you are enjoying good health, I enjoy your site and in the photo of your 'LADY' troop, I retired home to Saint John in 1996. The work that you are doing must bring a lot of comfort to many people and fills in a tremendous amount of history in your vast and exciting country. My great-grandparents Thomas and Catherine Hunter, both Scots who had moved to Yorkshire, had three sons serving WW1; one in the British Army, one (Thomas) in the Canadian Army and one in the Australian Army.

I have an interesting book, RCMP Obituary Index 1933-1989 published by the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society. Thank you again and please pass on my thanks to Reg. I believe he had a brother with the Regiment Number was 3906, William or Robert Walker.

I am not sure how much recognition that you receive for documenting the history of RCMP veterans, however, for one son your efforts are priceless. Rick Williamson, Calgary, AB April 17, 2015 Hi Joe; This is the first time I have had ocassion to visit this site - I am a retired member Reg.#27088, and I have been lookin thru your site - just confirm for me that this site is dedicated to members that had since left this world. If you do not have any luck with Archives Canada, please write to me again and I will drive down to Archives Canada and speak with them on your behalf. I would like to see a copy of it when it is finished.

Thanks for a great job done in maintaining this site. They hold all the Service Files of the retired RCMP and they should be able to find you some photos. Yours truly, Joe Ottawa, ON January 7, 2015 Hi Joe: I met you at John Medaglia’s the other day and had a great conversation with you. Thanks for the opportunity to see some of Canada’s history from a different viewpoint.

This project, from what I understand, originates from HQ. Anyhow on your data base there is NWMP O.35 Assistant Surgeon Doctor Robert Miller who is reported died Sept 6, 1887.

I have more details of his death that I uncovered from a news paper of the time. Rachel Williams, Saanichton, BC [[email protected]] Hi Joe; Just a note to accompany my father's death notice, which is already on your registry.

It is dated Sept 10, 1887 and there are details on how this member died. My name is Michael Gibbs and I am a Superintendent in the RCMP posted in Saskatoon.

This will determine which plots are free for furture burials.

Over many years, I have received thousands of wonderful notes from members of the Force, Vets, families of members and friends. December, 2016 [[email protected]] wrote: Hi Joe Congratulations on your Sovereign's Volunteer Medal award from the Governor General!

The sentiments expressed are very special and I am very, very appreciative to everyone who has written to me. The kind note which follows was received in December, 2016 Hi Joe, I just wanted to thank you for an article you wrote about my grandfather in December of 2013. His name was Marcelin Theriault and it was a story about a gun he confiscated from a teenage boy. I was just watching the ceremony on the Rogers channel a few moments ago.

Linda Crump [[email protected]] Volunteer Calgary, AB November 4, 2014 Hi Joe; Further to my conversation with Calgary's Reg Keatley this afternoon, Mr.

George Herbert Stuart (DOD: June 21, 2011) was laid to rest in my cemetery.

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